Legato revised its September job announcement, saying it now plans to double the staff at its newly opened Limerick hub from 60 to 120.
Legato Health Technologies plans to create 60 additional jobs at its new R&D center in Limerick. The job announcement coincided with the hub opening today (Nov 11).
A previous announcement in September, in which the health insurance tech company said it was hiring 60 people in various roles including data scientists and artificial intelligence engineers.
This number of employees starting at the Limerick hub has since doubled from 60 to 120. According to John Shaw, country head, Legato Health Technologies Ireland, “We are well on our way to filling our first 60 seats announced in September. and today the announcement of another 60 places reflects the ambition we have for our R&D center here in Limerick. “
“Legato is concerned with advancing technology to transform health management and, in the process, improve lives,” said Shaw, adding that it would be “an opportunity for people who want to work on high-impact projects” in the region.
The company already has 20,000 employees worldwide. The Limerick office marks its first investment in Europe. He is still looking for workers in the business analytics, data science, machine learning, and product management industries.
Speaking today at the opening of the hub in Limerick, Rajat Puri, president of Legato Health Technologies, said the company has chosen to open its new base in Ireland “due to the high levels of talent available”.
“We are looking for highly skilled colleagues to develop cutting-edge data science and engineering technologies that can be applied to deliver innovation and digital transformation for the healthcare sector,” he added.
The company’s Irish expansion is supported by IDA Ireland. That organization’s chief executive, Martin Shanahan, commented, “Today’s announcement of Legato Health Technologies, shortly after the September announcement, exemplifies the highly skilled and talented workforce available in the Midwest and demonstrates strong commitment. of the organization in the region “.
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